Kanye West invites Beat Davidson for his comments on the rapper’s mental health in an old video from Saturday Night Live Skit. Recently, Kanye shared a photo of Pete wearing a red hat on Instagram, which read ‘Make Canyon 2006 Back’, pointing to former US President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan ‘Make America Better Again’.
In the now-deleted post, Kanye wrote with the picture, “Hi Skate, are there any more mental jokes for me?”. He cited Beatty’s quote, where he told Kanye to take medicine for his mental health.
Kanye released a clip from the same section of the 2018 weekend update, in which Pete said, “Kanye, you know ‘Yeah, this is the real me, I skipped the drugs. Take them! No shame in the drug game, I’m in! That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “
On page six, Kanye captioned the video, “I thought this boy might perform this painting for the group that wrote it for him. This is not a nuisance. This is a payback. “
The disagreement between Kanye and Pete has been going on for the past few days. The rapper has been sharing anti-Pete Davidson messages on Instagram. Recently, Pete created his own account and returned to Instagram. The new profile came after Kanye apologized for his ‘harassing’ posts about his estranged wife Kim Kardashian and sometimes – Pete, whom Kim has been dating since November.
Last week, Kanye talked about both Beat and Kim on social media, at one point sharing a photo of their NYC date night. The Grammy Award-winning rapper echoed his comments on February 15, saying, “Sharing screen shots is confusing and I know Kim is abusive. I accept responsibility. I’m still learning in real time. I did not. All responses are. Should. “
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Pete, meanwhile, opened up about his struggles with borderline personality disorder on the WTF with Mark Maron in 2017 before leaving Instagram, saying he went into rehab for weeds after experiencing ‘very bad mental breakdowns’. Before deleting his account in 2018, Pete thanked Kanye for advocating for mental health, at which point he said, “Bravo Kanye West for standing up for you and speaking out against mental health.”
The 44-year-old rapper has been outspoken about his bipolar disorder for the past few years. In an interview with David Letterman in 2019 on My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, the rapper said, “You can almost reach adolescence at your exposure or frontier. This is my particular experience that I have had for the past two years. Because I’ve only been diagnosed for two years now.”
With ANI inputs